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Sports management programme by PSUAD in Abu Dhabi

Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, (UAE): Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi (PSUAD) is going to start a Sports Management Programme in its campus at Abu Dhabi. This new programme in Sports Management is launching in association with the Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC). The International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) will be the academic partner. This programme is endorsed by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA).

An education event at Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi

Classes will start in September 2014. The Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC) has played an essential role in implementing this project. English is the official language of the programme. To the first batch, maximum 30 students will be admitted. 

Registration will be open (Online only) until the 29 of May 2014. Selection will be made based on the personal interviews taking place at PSUAD on 10 and 11 June 2014. 

This Programme in sport management intended not only for students from the United Arab Emirates, but also for participants from Gulf Cooperation Council countries. By successfully completing this programme, it is believed, the student can land into their dream job in sports.

Sports Management: Full control over sports in order to grab your dream job in sports

This programme includes the modules viz. sports management, Sports law, Sports Communication, Financial Management, Sports Event Management, Sports sponsorship and Marketing. Students will have the opportunity to attend the conferences given by International experts and current sports leaders.

With this initiative, FIFA Sports Management Programme has expanded its footprint into the Middle-East.

This Programme was created in 2004. It has allowed some 2000 students from different professional backgrounds to become familiar with fundamental tools in the field of sport management (law, management, communication, sport event management, marketing, sponsorship and finance) and to attend conferences given by international experts on various aspects of sport today. The Programme is currently organised in 15 countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Peru, Poland, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela). It is open to all sporting activities and offers a curriculum combining theory and practical examples.

Application deadline
29 May 2014

For further information

Sports Department
+971 (0)2 65 69 172

Finance Department
+971 (0)2 65 69 404

Admission Department
+971 (0)2 65 69 302/303/304/305

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